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May 22nd, 2004, 5:20 PM
#Free_Pokemon FAQ:

What is #Free_Pokemon?
#Free_Pokemon is a chat room, known as a "channel", on IRC (Internet Relay Chat).

What are the Rules for the chat?
Rules for #Free_Pokemon:

#Free_Pokemon - irc.dejatoons.net

The OPs (the people with the "@" by their names) are the final interpreters of the rule and clarifications.

Conduct yourself in a mature, respectful and courteous manner.

The official language for the channel is English. If you speak and/or type English, please do so in the channel. Japanese is used in the channel on occation, but please limit most conversations to english.

No whining about channel policies.

No insults, being rude, or general picking on people.

No trolling, name-calling, starting fights, etc.

No racism or bigotry will be tolerated.

No bashing people's religion-of-choice -- freedom of religion means ANY religion.

No cybersex / looking for sex partners / explicit sex talk / heavy flirting / pr0n.

No ban evasion or other circumventions of rules.

No offensive nicks. If an op asks you to change your nick, then it's considered offensive.

No telling the Ops how to do their jobs.

Channel takeover attempts, flooding, bot cloning, and other things generally frowned upon in the *sensible* IRC world are also not allowed here.

Do not beg for files. Do not ask publicly for files within the channel - unless you are at least a voiced user. ONLY Voiced Users (people serving files with a "+" in the channel) can request files.


No Spamming/Flooding - We define flooding as more then 3 messages or more in 5 seconds. We also consider messages with no content/meaning spam.

No begging for OPS/ADMIN - If you ask to become a channel operator, you WILL be kicked. If you really want to become an OP, you must prove to us over an extended period of time that you are responsible and reliable. Otherwise, DON'T EVEN ASK!

No excessive Advertising - You may want to inform people of certain files, Feel free to, although excessive advertising will be met with a kick, or even a ban.

No excessive Name Changes - Once you enter the IRC channel with one nick, please stick with that nick for the remainder of your time in the channel (unless it's absolutely necessary).

IRC COMMANDS/COLOURS - Please limit your usage of colours and other IRC specific commands

If you set up an fserve

1) You must set to silent.
2) Triggers must be /ctcp

What is IRC?
Internet Relay Chat aka IRC was made in the late 1980s and has become one of the most popular ways of communication across the Internet today.

Is it just for chatting?
No, IRC also has a system to transfer files, called DCC. DCC allows you to send and receive files from anyone using IRC at the time. In addition, DCC allows you to open a private conversation with another user, so it is not necessary to repeatedly send messages if you are having an extended conversation with just one person.

Okay now that you have an idea of what #Free_Pokemon is, let's try and get you there. To join an IRC channel, you need a IRC program or client and a connection to the Internet. The most popular IRC client for windows is mIRC, which can be found here (http://www.mirc.com). You might also want to try SysReset (http://www.sysreset.com). Then when you have downloaded and installed the program, run it and type "/server irc.rizon.net -j #free_pokemon" in the box at the bottom. This is after that dialogue has popped up and you type in a name, a e-mail, and 2 nick-names. Note: your name and e-mail don't have to be real.

What about if I don't have windows?
Well there is a solution to that as well. It is quite simple, there are IRC clients available for every OS. A popular client for the Mac is IRCLE, you can get that here (http://www.ircle.com/). Or if your on linux then you can find links to various clients here (http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialIRC.html).

For more information on how to connect please consult the guides on these websites:
http://www.freepokemon.com/ (http://freepokemon.com/?id=irc)
http://www.excalibur-fansubs.tk/ #Excalibur Guides (http://www.cartoon-palace.yugioh-world.com/excalibur/irc.html)
http://www.kasshin.net/ Kirika's IRC Guides (http://www.kasshin.net/)
These websites also have guides on how to download and even share files on IRC.

Hope to see you on there. :)

Edit: i will modify this FAQ in the future if I see or get more questions on IRC.

May 22nd, 2004, 8:18 PM
but dont you have to pay after the trial is over?

May 22nd, 2004, 9:18 PM
Unfortunately you do for mIRC, unless you find a simple crack somewhere but I don't want to recommend anything people aren't willing to do, there are certainly other clients for IRC that you can use on windows for free, you can find those on http://www.newircusers.com/clients.html. However, mIRC is by far the most popular.

May 22nd, 2004, 9:23 PM
too confusing to use i went to that website many times but i was jsut too confused w/ the whole thing, maybe if it was jsut easier to understand...

May 22nd, 2004, 9:42 PM
What is mIRC or http://www.newircusers.com/clients.html? All that's on http://www.newircusers.com/clients.html is links to different programs that can connect to IRC. Look at my first post for more details after you choose a program, install it and run it.

May 22nd, 2004, 9:50 PM
its just too scary and confusing... is it even that fun... finding a bad irc jsut so i dont ahve to pay for an mirc is kind of cheap of me (im not jewish so dont even start). im sorry but maybe if you go to May's Tochic Club, youll understand what i mean... jsut read the posts and see how much funner life is w/o the mirc!

May 22nd, 2004, 10:16 PM
The only reason it's confusing is because your not giving it a chance, there are plenty on ways to get on... I can safely say you don't know what your talking about all your saying is it's confusing but you have nothing to back it up with. It's like me saying posting is confusing, why? because I dunno how. That is exactly what your saying. I mean if you can tell me what confuses you then i can help, but if you can't even figure that out then I dunno what to say to that.

May 23rd, 2004, 3:12 PM
w/e ill ask you for help if i decide to use irc... ttyl

Rose Flame
June 19th, 2004, 11:03 PM
OK, I followed the instructions for downloading mIRC, successfully joined the #free_pokemon place and all of the jumble you said would pop up did. My question is, what does it mean? How do I find the episode that I'm looking for? I didn't enter in any of the file names because I was afraid that it would start downloading it before I got any info on it. Is that how it works?

June 26th, 2004, 7:30 AM
Well, somewhat, see, it is true you must know the title of the episode your looking for at least, because that's really all that will be offered. The only thing assured on IRC, is that they won't be fake.
Anyway, with that question out of the way, I really haven't stated much on download, I was telling you how to get there. But I can quote a part of Kirika's wonderful leeching guide for you.
What is a File Server?
A File Server is a place where one can download files off of someone's Server. A File Server in IRC is used by typing a trigger to enter the server, then one can request files for download, if possible.

Typing !list in the channel(#Free_pokemon) will give you a list of ads(the File Servers) from which you choose which one you would like to download from. :)

A typical File Server Ad will be like this:

-Kirika- [Fserve Active] - Trigger:[ !Trigger] - Sends:[2/2] - Queues:[17/20] - Record CPS:[67.2kB/s by Bob] - Upload Speed:[60.6kB/s] - Message:[- Come look at my stuff!!! -] - SysReset 2.51

In this case, one knows this is a file server because of the first section where it says Fserve Active. The way to get inside the file server, is by typing the trigger. Here, the trigger is !Trigger, shown in the second part of the File Server Ad. Triggers are to be typed in the channel in order to access the File Server. Triggers can be anything, even a whole sentence like "I screw donkeys for fun". Usually they have a "!" next to them, for the non-silent ones.

Some other scripts use File Server Online or Fserve Online or something like that. File Server Ads usually display this and the trigger information. Sometimes they also tell you a bit more information, like the Sends and Queues.

Sends is the number of uploads the File Server allows, and how many are sending at the moment. In this case, there are 2/2 sends, which means 2 sends running out of 2 maximum sends. This means that one would have to wait for another send to be available, if the fileserver has available queues.

Queues is the number of people waiting, out of the maximum number of people allowed to wait. In the example there are 17/20 queues, meaning 17 people in line out of 20 maximum people in line. Requesting a file at the moment would result in waiting in queue 18. That means one would have to wait for the 17 people to finish their downloads to start downloading from the file server. The amount of time to wait depends on the file server's upload speed, the type of files it is serving, and how fast the first queues finish downloading.

File Servers also usually have a message of some sort; in this case it is Come look at my stuff!!!. Some messages describe what is inside the file servers, some advertise what the File Server's owner is requesting, and some (like the one above) serve pretty much no purpose at all. There are also many other things the Ad can contain, like the Record CPS (Highest upload speed recorded), Upload Speed (How fast the server is uploading at at the moment), and many others. The last part of the Ad, (SysReset 2.51) is the script's name given by the programmer, and the version. Each script functions pretty much the same, but most of them look different from eachother.

If a file server has two triggers, they are usually seperated by an "&". Some triggers are silent and begin with /ctcp. They are usually in the format [/ctcp <file server> <something> ] ( Exclude the < >'s and the [ ]'s when typing the trigger ). An example would be /ctcp Kirika anime fserve.These do not show up on the channel, and only the user and the file server know that the user typed it.

Have fun downloading. :D Hope this has helped and you find what your looking for. :cool:

June 26th, 2004, 12:03 PM
Hey now.. don't forget about the (not real good) IRC client built into Mozilla web browers.. (Chatzilla) It will get you on IRC and at least you can get comphy before buying mIRC or something.

June 30th, 2004, 3:33 AM
I'm new to mIRC and I've been having some trouble. I go into the #Free_Pokemon room, I type in "!list", I enter the trigger, and text shows up saying "searching for modes". But nothing happens after that. How does one actually download the files?

I'm read the FAQs and I'm still confused.

July 29th, 2004, 9:50 AM
Hate to bump, but could someone fix the server settings in the first post? It still says that we're on the atomicchat one. =/

August 22nd, 2004, 2:06 PM
What the heck is going on? I can't get into #free_pokemon. It's telling me "#free_pokemon You're not on that channel. You need a registered nick to join that channel." What gives?

August 23rd, 2004, 6:28 PM
You need to register your nick now. -.-;;

/msg nickserv register password e-mail

After you've registered

/msg nickserv identify password

Then you can go into the channel.

September 18th, 2004, 10:34 AM
OK, I need some serious help. I dowloaded Ircle and now I have no idea what to do. There's four little windows, Console, Userlist, Connections, and Inputline. I think I'm logged in but I can't tell and I have no idea what I'm doing.

September 18th, 2004, 11:14 AM
OK, I need some serious help. I dowloaded Ircle and now I have no idea what to do. There's four little windows, Console, Userlist, Connections, and Inputline. I think I'm logged in but I can't tell and I have no idea what I'm doing.

On "Console", type:

/server irc.dejatoons.net
*wait for it to connect*
/join #free_pokemon
And you're there!

September 19th, 2004, 11:07 AM
OK, that works fine, but how do I actually download the episodes I want?

September 22nd, 2004, 1:53 AM
hmm... i was like downloading the episodes and then i lag out. when i try to resume the download, it wouldn't work! instead i had to overwrite it for the connection to start... that really waste alot of my time... is it just me or what...?

heracross... read the above posts to see how to download the episodes.

September 22nd, 2004, 3:18 AM
OK, that works fine, but how do I actually download the episodes I want?
Type !list and enter an fserve [/ctcp <fserve trigger>] and type 'help' in the fserve for commands.

September 22nd, 2004, 6:37 PM
hmm... i was like downloading the episodes and then i lag out. when i try to resume the download, it wouldn't work! instead i had to overwrite it for the connection to start... that really waste alot of my time... is it just me or what...?

heracross... read the above posts to see how to download the episodes.
Get into the trigger, and instead of using:
get filename.ext

resume filename.ext

That work?

September 22nd, 2004, 8:30 PM
no it doesn't :(
that is for fserve active rite? how do i resume a xdcc active one?

September 23rd, 2004, 11:45 AM
Oh... an XDCC. I dunno about that.

Why not msg the person?

September 23rd, 2004, 1:08 PM
Type !list and enter an fserve [/ctcp <fserve trigger>] and type 'help' in the fserve for commands.
I don't understand. I typed /ctcp <fserve trigger> and it didn't work. Do you have to know the name of the trigger or something?

September 23rd, 2004, 6:49 PM
Oh... an XDCC. I dunno about that.

Why not msg the person?

Well, i guess i'll try that. I read from somewhere that to use resume.ext the option must be enabled by the person who sent u the file. Oh well...
Thanks alot for the help :)

September 23rd, 2004, 6:53 PM
I don't understand. I typed /ctcp <fserve trigger> and it didn't work. Do you have to know the name of the trigger or something?

u can't just type /ctcp <fserver trigger> in the channel. That is only an example.

Maybe this will help u to understand better: http://freepokemon.com/fserve_tut.html

hope i help ;)

September 25th, 2004, 9:19 AM
Well, I came to the conclusion that it won't work for me anyway. Apperently it won't work properly if you have a firewall, and since I can't disable it, I'll just have to accept defeat. Thanks for the help anyway guys.

October 28th, 2004, 5:10 AM
Surely this has been posted, but YOU DONT HAVE TO PAY FOR mIRC PPL.
After the trial is up you open it and after a few secs the continue buton is available ;)

January 4th, 2005, 9:35 AM
This question is a bit um..silly but...
if you type /msg -something- , is this invisible for other persons than you and the person you are talking to or is it not?

January 4th, 2005, 4:25 PM
/msg <nick> <message> is completely private.

March 19th, 2005, 3:58 PM
Might want to fix the irc.rizon.net part, as we're back on Deja.

June 24th, 2005, 9:44 AM
when iam inthe 3free pokemon channel i will type !list right then what????????? plz help

June 24th, 2005, 9:48 AM
when i am at #free pokemon channel i type !list then what do i do next plz help

June 24th, 2005, 6:40 PM
You can visit our tutorials at http://www.freepokemon.com/?id=irc or other tutorials at http://www.ircmadeasy.com or http://www.kasshin.net. If you read the tutorials at freepokemon.com then you should be fine.

If you want a short answer then you should be noticed... as in see alot of fserver msg's, etc, with something called a trigger... you gotta type in the trigger... should start with something as /ctcp. :P

June 24th, 2005, 9:50 PM
It should prolly also be mentioned that it is against PC rules to double post.

July 1st, 2005, 6:56 AM
I think you should add that searching for unreleased files is against the rules. That's what I was kicked for(searched for '133' and 'Labratory', I could argue I was searching for the 133rd episode of dexter's Labratory on the TOON-BOT, but that'd be a bold faced lie). Anyone reading this know how long a kick lasts anyway?

July 6th, 2005, 10:28 PM
I thought I'd provide a bit of input into various clients for several OSes (since #free_pokemon is mainly a file-sharing channel, all the clients I list support DCC out-of-the-box (possibly excluding the last two of the advanced ones I only reference by name), so to speak)...

First, for Linux there are two well-known, well-liked GUI client. First, X-Chat. http://www.xchat.org There's also a Windows version, but the author is probably breaking the GPL by not providing the source - don't buy it, as there are various free builds out there (I'll get to that in a second). The second Linux client is KVIrc, a KDE/QT client. http://www.kvirc.net I haven't used it, but I know it's pretty popular.

Now, Macs... While there are some well known clients, like IRCLE, most of the well-known ones are shareware. There are, however, some less-known free clients. First, X-Chat Aqua - an OSX native version of X-Chat. The best one, IMHO (not really for a new IRC user, more for the power user). http://xchataqua.sourceforge.net Another is Colloquy, which is not a traditional IRC client - it's probably easier to use for a new user though. http://colloquy.info And the third free one I know of is called Conversation. I tried it out and it's pretty good, but I prefer X-Chat Aqua for it's Perl scripting. http://homepage.mac.com/philrobin/conversation/

And now, free Windows client. Like I said, there are various free X-chat builds out there. There's a comparison of features of the main builds. Please, don't go for the pay one... Like I said, the author is possibly breaking the GPL doing that. Go for one of the free ones - X-Chat is supposed to be free. ;) http://www.silenceisdefeat.org/~b0at/xchat/win32 Looks like the Daemon404 or SilvereX builds are the most featureful.

So... Remember, IRC is meant to be free - don't pay for a client unless you want to support the author's work (mIRC isn't the best choice to support...the author doesn't listen to requests from what I've heard - supposedly it took years of requests from paying customers to get SSL support), or have a good reason for needing a specific client. And if you're new to IRC, definitely try it out on a free client. :)

And, for those out there who really want something powerful, there are some extremely advanced IRC clients I know of. These are NOT for most people.

(Name gets censored - Google for a cerain 5-letter word beginning with b, and tag an x onto the end - *****x - to find it) - a well known, incredibly complex IRC client. Based on EPIC (see below). Command-line only, in most cases. Some GUIs are available, but they don't provide much functionality - it's all in the text.

EPIC (http://www.epicsol.org) - another command-line only client. Very complex, and has a very advanced scripting language. You'll probably get the most functionality by using a complex script for it - Google around or write your own.

There are some more out there, like irssi (http://irssi.org), ircII (http://www.eterna.com.au/ircii), etc., but I've never used or tried them, and really couldn't say much about them.

If you have any questions about IRC (I run a server - I know a fair bit about IRC in general), PM me on here, e-mail me through here, or find me on IRC (in #free_pokemon on irc.dejatoons.net under the name Chaos - I'm in there all the time, but may not be active).

Also, someone may wish to update the first post in this thread to correct the mIRC connect command given. From /server irc.rizon.net -j #free_pokemon to /server irc.dejatoons.net -j #free_pokemon

August 23rd, 2005, 4:57 PM
what is free pokemon? because it sounds like your going to sell your video or something.

September 4th, 2005, 4:10 PM
Allah...I think you must fix everything up! :\

September 25th, 2005, 9:34 PM

I cant connect to free pokemon, at first i cant seem connect to rizon, after i click on 'connect' it's just stays there "Connecting to irc.rizon.net (7000)" for quite sometimes, in about like 5 minutes i finnaly be able to connect to rizon server, but when i went to free_pokemon channel it's only me there, it's not ussualy like that.

it says " * Now talking in #free_pokemon
* irc.easyshellz.com sets mode: +ntZ "

Any clue of what happen ?

September 28th, 2005, 4:14 PM
#free_pokemon moved from rizon a while back they are not back at dejatoons.

October 11th, 2005, 1:52 PM
I'm having a little trouble...

This is my first time with anything like this, so I followed the walkthroughs, set up mIRC, connected, etc etc...

And now I'm apparently in #free_pokemon, but all it says on the chat screen is "* Now talking in #free_pokemon" and nothing else. On all the walkthroughs I've read it shows screenshots of a lot more text on the screen when you first sign up.

Also I've tried typing !list but it's not doing anything, just showing that I typed !list in the chatroom. >>;;

Could this just be because I'm the only person in the chat?

January 4th, 2006, 5:37 PM
I need the server IP, if no one minds.

January 16th, 2006, 9:49 AM
I'm having trouble connecting. Using Trillian. I put in the server address and #Free_pokemon and it doesn't connect.

January 16th, 2006, 3:15 PM
i stopped using trillian and started using mirc.

Now I've been using irssi (http://www.irssi.org) all the time. It's been fast, simple, and good to use =)

January 26th, 2006, 7:56 PM
I don't understand how i'm supposed to download, I typed

get movies\[M07]Pokemon_Destiny Deoxys[f0c4eadf][KMS].avi

and have tried lots of different things, but nothing happens

BTW I'm new to this

Fixed the problem, but now when does it start downloading?

January 28th, 2006, 11:54 PM
It keeps saying that I need a registered nick in order to connect to the channel #free_pokemon. O_O

Although, I don't understand why it's saying that......

I mean, my nickname with Mirc is PokemonTrainerLisa.

And also, I connected to the channel #pocketmonsters without a problem.

So, I really don't know what's going on with this thing.

February 1st, 2006, 4:13 PM
Ok, basically I'll summarize the meaning of this error. When channel mode +R = Only registered (+r) users may join the channel [o]; is set, you have to have a +r usermode to join. This is mainly used to deter spammers/bots and the likes. Your nickname has to be registered under nickserv and also has to be identified to via the identify command. Look at the information obtained below from NickServ, for full documentation.

-NickServ- Syntax: REGISTER password [email]
-NickServ- Registers your nickname in the NickServ database. Once
-NickServ- your nick is registered, you can use the SET and ACCESS
-NickServ- commands to configure your nick's settings as you like
-NickServ- them. Make sure you remember the password you use when
-NickServ- registering - you'll need it to make changes to your nick
-NickServ- later. (Note that case matters! ANOPE, Anope, and
-NickServ- anope are all different passwords!)
-NickServ- Guidelines on choosing passwords:
-NickServ- Passwords should not be easily guessable. For example,
-NickServ- using your real name as a password is a bad idea. Using
-NickServ- your nickname as a password is a much worse idea ;) and,
-NickServ- in fact, NickServ will not allow it. Also, short
-NickServ- passwords are vulnerable to trial-and-error searches, so
-NickServ- you should choose a password at least 5 characters long.
-NickServ- Finally, the space character cannot be used in passwords.
-NickServ- The parameter email is optional and will set the email
-NickServ- for your nick immediately. However, it may be required
-NickServ- on certain networks.
-NickServ- Your privacy is respected; this e-mail won't be given to
-NickServ- any third-party person.
-NickServ- This command also creates a new group for your nickname,
-NickServ- that will allow you to register other nicks later sharing
-NickServ- the same configuration, the same set of memos and the
-NickServ- same channel privileges. For more information on this
-NickServ- feature, type /msg NickServ HELP GROUP.

-NickServ- Syntax: IDENTIFY password
-NickServ- Tells NickServ that you are really the owner of this
-NickServ- nick. Many commands require you to authenticate yourself
-NickServ- with this command before you use them. The password
-NickServ- should be the same one you sent with the REGISTER
-NickServ- command.

The following commands were used to obtain the above information.

/msg nickserv help register
/msg nickserv help identify
/helpop chmodes
/helpop umodes

R = Only registered (+r) users may join the channel [o] (Channel Mode)
r = Identifies the nick as being Registered (settable by services only) (UserMode)

If your having any other troubles, feel free to ask anything in here or feel free to join the #help channel on the Dejatoons network to talk to expierenced users that can also help you in any future trouble.

February 6th, 2006, 12:41 PM
Haha, can someone answer this for me?

- I managed to get a queue but theres like 20 more queues ahead of mine and the downloads take hours each to complete. My DCC sessions keeping doing some Auto Kick Off thing. I dont know what to do to stop this because it seems the only way to download one episode would be to have my computer on all day with the DCC open all day. How can I make sure that it wont just kick me off?

February 7th, 2006, 7:03 PM
Some servers have it enabled to where it will delete queues of users that aren't present on the channel and/or online. Yes, if your in a queue of twenty, you will have to wait until your queue meets the top. In some cases, it will be deleted if you part the channel, etc. The only real ways around this is through priority; as in some fservers automatically prioritize voiced/oped users; so, if you ran an fserver yourself, you could possibely get priority over the other users if the voice priority option is enabled. The only other way is to politely request to be moved up; but I probably would suggest that as you'll probably be ignored/banned.

February 24th, 2006, 8:53 PM
the KMS server isnt up anymore. Im trying to get into DarkGengar|Server or whatever but its talking about some firewall, in which case ive changed multiple times to fix it but it doesnt do anything. I need help please, thanks.

Mew of Friendship
April 3rd, 2006, 7:37 AM
Hi hi hi hi hiiiiiiiiiii.

April 6th, 2006, 7:36 PM
That was both spam. Don't do it again.

April 17th, 2006, 7:17 AM
this is hard to understand

April 17th, 2006, 9:38 AM
What are you finding hard to understand?

April 27th, 2006, 11:36 AM
Yup can i ask you a question where can i get relicanth on pokemon ruby

April 27th, 2006, 11:38 AM
can you tell me wheres relicanth on pokemon ruby

April 28th, 2006, 7:08 PM
You're better off asking that in the forum for those games. ^^;

April 29th, 2006, 1:11 PM
uhh....help. I just can't understand any of this. I downloaded mIRC and then what do i do?

April 29th, 2006, 1:44 PM
/server irc.dejatoons.net -j #pocketmonsters

(They are basically the same channel, but #PM has more people)

The Master of all Pokemon
May 20th, 2006, 4:29 PM
the problem is when downlaoding an episode from the channel ??? can anyone solve this

July 2nd, 2006, 3:58 PM
@ the master aof all pokemon, yep you are right :)

July 2nd, 2006, 10:30 PM
how do i request for pkmn episodes

July 20th, 2006, 1:31 AM
I'm confused in regards to triggers. I've downloaded the program and connected to the channel. But I'm a little lost on finding out what I type to download the epispdes I want.


July 31st, 2006, 9:30 PM
I can download it from the person. It says 'Error...unable to resolve your ip, please disable any hostmasking

August 3rd, 2006, 9:57 PM
I'm confused in regards to triggers. I've downloaded the program and connected to the channel. But I'm a little lost on finding out what I type to download the epispdes I want.

When you have connected to the channel, type in !list. That will bring up a list of people who have fserves. Fserves are file servers that contain pokemon episodes. Each person has a trigger by their name. The trigger will start with /ctcp and then the name of the trigger. Copy that trigger into the chat box. A new window should now appear. You are now in the person's fserve.

Some simple commands you should know for navigating in an fserve:

dir - displays the contents in a folder
cd FOLDER - replace FOLDER with the name of the folder you want to access
cd.. - move back 1 folder
get FILE - replace FILE with the name of the file you want to get

The first command you should use in a person's fserve is 'dir'.

When you 'get' a file, that file is automatically placed in the queues list. In order to get that file, you must remain in the channel. To see where your file is at, type in 'queues' in the person's fserve.

August 23rd, 2006, 8:10 AM
master can i know ur problem while downloading the episode
then maybe i can help u out

September 26th, 2006, 6:47 PM
Anyway of downloading the entire folder or multiple files rather than one file at a time?

September 27th, 2006, 7:09 PM
Anyway of downloading the entire folder or multiple files rather than one file at a time?
You can only download one file at a time.

October 6th, 2006, 1:56 PM
Hm...I tried to get on just now, but it told me the server/channel would "invite only" oo! So, isn't there a way to access it right now or did I do something wrong >.-?

Edit: I managed to join the other channel now, so I guess it's ok ^^"!

October 7th, 2006, 8:52 PM
Im really confused on how to download an episode!
i dont even know what to type in downloading an episode!!!!
And also how will i know the filename.ext of an episode???

pls help me! i really want to watch pokemon!!

October 8th, 2006, 6:15 AM
Im really confused on how to download an episode!
i dont even know what to type in downloading an episode!!!!
And also how will i know the filename.ext of an episode???

pls help me! i really want to watch pokemon!!
I assume you have made it in the channel already.
To bring up a list of fserves type in: !list
Fserves contain episodes.

Now you will see something similar like this:

-Kisara- [Fserve Active] - Triggers:[/ctcp Kisara Anime music & /ctcp Kisara Game music & /ctcp Kisara Anime episodes] - Users:[0/1] - Sends:[0/1] - Queues:[0/25] - Record CPS:[6.4kB/s by jkcity] - Bytes Sent:[235.85GB] - Upload Speed:[5.4kB/s] - SysReset 2.53

Type in the trigger. So for this one you would type in: /ctcp Kisara Anime music

When you type in the trigger a new window will pop up. You have accessed the person's fserves and now you can get episodes. The commands to navigate through a person's fserve are 'dir', 'cd', 'cd..', and 'get'

dir - shows contents in a folder
cd FOLDERNAME - opens up the folder
cd.. - moves you back one level
get FILENAME.ext - sends you the file or queues it in the queues list

October 9th, 2006, 6:39 AM
Thank you very much!!!!
hehehehe!! Now i can start downloading!

again thank you very much!!!

oh dammit!!! i accidentally made chat with the @bot
now my ip adress is banned!!
what a bad day!!!